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LAND OF TALK - APPLAUSE CHEER BOO HISS: THE DEFINITIVE EDITION VINYL (LTD. ED. TEAL & DUSTY PINK 2LP GATEFOLD)
LAND OF TALK - APPLAUSE CHEER BOO HISS: THE DEFINITIVE EDITION VINYL (LTD. ED. TEAL & DUSTY PINK 2LP GATEFOLD)

LAND OF TALK - APPLAUSE CHEER BOO HISS: THE DEFINITIVE EDITION VINYL (LTD. ED. TEAL & DUSTY PINK 2LP GATEFOLD)

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LIMITED EDITION TEAL & DUSTY PINK 2LP VINYL GATEFOLD

Release Date: 12th July 2024



"Land of Talk, the influential Montreal-based outfit led by Lizzie Powell, release Applause Cheer Boo Hiss: The Definitive Edition, the expanded and remastered first vinyl reissue of the band’s beloved debut EP. Applause Cheer Boo Hiss: The Definitive Edition is a collector’s dream, with bonus music spread out across two LPs housed in a gorgeous gatefold jacket with new and updated artwork. The first LP features a remastered and expanded 10-song version of the original EP, along with five additional downloadable bonus tracks of live material and remixes. The second LP features a remastered version of L'Aventure Acoustique, the limited and adored 10-track release featuring acoustic versions of all seven original Applause Cheer Boo Hiss tracks, as well as acoustic versions of “Young Bridge,” the future Land of Talk track “Some Are Lakes,” and a cover of Wintersleep’s “Weighty Ghost”—all on vinyl for the first time. “I feel like I’m never going to be fully satisfied with anything I do, but having said that, I’m super proud of the whole EP. If that’s my legacy, I’m good,” says Powell. The urgent and raging Applause Cheer Boo Hiss opener “Speak to Me Bones” is also out today alongside a stripped-back acoustic version–one of five L'Aventure Acoustique songs mixed/engineered by Justin Vernon (who would go on to produce and play guitar on Land of Talk’s debut full length, Some Are Lakes, the following year). “[Fugazi’s] ‘Smallpox Champion’ is a song that definitely inspired the outro to ‘Speak to Me Bones,’ which is a song that I would love to play live again, especially because I wrote it long before MeToo, and since the MeToo movement a lot of people have been naming their abusers, and the abuse of powers in the music industry,” Powell explains."